Experiential Learning

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Experiential Learning

Students who started at Miami University in Fall 2015 or later must complete the Experiential Learning (EL) requirement of the Global Miami Plan. Below are some of the opportunities for Farmer School of Business (FSB) students to complete this requirement. This is not an exhaustive list and students should check with their advisor for more details.

Courses for FSB Majors

The First Year Integrated Core (BUS 101, BUS 102, ESP 103, BUS 104) satisfies Global Miami Plan Experiential Learning for students who took the FYIC in Fall 2016 or later. 

Additionally, the courses below satisfy the EL requirement.

  • Human Capital Management & Leadership: MGT 474 is required for all HCML majors.
  • Information Systems & Analytics:
    • Analytics Co-Major & ISA Major, Business Analytics Track: ISA 496 is an option in both majors. If students select this course, it will meet EL.
    • Information Systems Major & ISA Major, Information Systems Track: ISA 406 is required.
  • Marketing: All MKT Capstones (MKT 442, MKT 495, and IMS 440) meet the EL requirement.
  • Supply Chain & Operations Management: MGT 432 is required for all SCOM majors.

Other Experiential Learning Courses

Liberal Education maintains an up-to-date list of courses that satisfy the EL requirement. Visit the Liberal Education Experiential Learning webpage for a full list of classes. If students complete any course from this list, it will meet the requirement.

FSB Professional Practice Internship Courses

The 340 internship credit (e.g. ACC 340, ECO 340, etc.) is available to FSB majors and minors seeking transcript notification and fulfillment of the experiential learning requirement. This course is available for 0 or 1 credit hour during summer term and 0 credit hours during fall and spring. Internship credit is not available during winter term. This course is offered credit/no credit only. FSB students may earn a maximum of 2 credit hours toward graduation for ACC/BLS/BUS/ECO/ESP/FIN/ISA/MGT/MKT 340. Students must have 55 earned hours to enroll. Students must apply for 340 credit prior to the start of the internship. Students must upload a copy of the offer letter which includes a description of the nature of the work to be performed during the internship, duration of the internship, and manner in which you will be compensated.

There is no cost associated with the 0 hour option. To learn more about this option, please visit the Center for Career Exploration and Success.

For 1 hour of credit, students must pay tuition. Ohio resident tuition rate is approximately $570 per credit hour and out of state tuition rate is approximately $1,375 per credit hour. Visit the One Stop website for complete tuition information. Additionally, students submit a learning plan with learning outcomes, required internship reflection paper and final employer evaluation upon completion of the internship. Students enrolling in the 1 hour course will need to contact the chief departmental advisor for their department of major to discuss enrolling in the course. Use Handshake to request for your experience to be awarded academic credit.